Locks – What parts have to be oiled




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Locks – What parts have to be oiled
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How to lubricate entry doors and what to use : Locks What Parts Have To Be Oiled

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To improve the function of a lock-turning mechanism, and facilitate its use;To prevent parts from wear and tear, abrasion, and dust accumulation, etc.;To avoid rust formation, which leads to deterioration, sticking and blocking of important components.

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